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44th Street Theatre , (7/15/1929 - 8/17/1929)
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Opening Date:Jul 15, 1929   
Closing Date:Aug 17, 1929 Total Performances:40

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in twenty-four scenes

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Sam Timberg, Lee David and Maurice Rubens; Lyrics by Moe Jaffe; Book by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: John McManus; Featuring songs by J. Fred Coots, Ralph Erwin and Phil Svigals; Featuring songs with lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young and Clifford Grey
Directed by Stanley Logan; Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and Chester Hale
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by George Barbier and Ernest Schrapps
Sheila Barrett Leonie
Bonnibelle Beard Ensemble
Doris Beridge Ensemble
Moya Beridge Ensemble
Martin Brothers Two Porters
George E. Burke Ensemble
Winnie Channon Ensemble
Harry Conley Wilbur Scrump
Peggy Cornell Ensemble
Edna Cowley Ensemble
Emily Cowley Ensemble
Olive Crane Ensemble
Dorothy Darley Ensemble
Florence Davidson Ensemble
Ann Davis Ensemble
Peggy Davis Ensemble
Marie Day Ensemble
Louis Delgado Ensemble
Bob Derden Ensemble
George Dobbs Duckey Stevens
Ethel Dunton Doris Williams
Frances Duran Ensemble
Marie Ferguson Ensemble
Allen Foster Girls Ensemble
Archie Foulke The Gambler
Hazel Frazer Ensemble
Frank Gaby Mr. Cain
Inez Goetz Ensemble
Ruth Gormly Ensemble
Boots McAllister
Sylvia Green Ensemble
Grace Grey Ensemble
Harry Griffin Ensemble
Chester Hale Girls Ensemble
Marge Harlan Ensemble
Hetty Hayes Ensemble
Larry Hodgson Ensemble
Vena Hollingworth Ensemble
Vivian Hunter Ensemble
Harry Hylander Ensemble
Phyllis Jordan Ensemble
Tom Jordan Ensemble
Karen Kaaber Ensemble
Ray King Stage Manager
The Book Seller
King, King & King Three Baggage Men
Gertrude Kornblum Ensemble
Greta Kuhnrich Ensemble
Verta Kunkel Ensemble
Lillian Lane The Girl Friend
Gloria Lebow Ensemble
Laura Lee Flo DeForrest
Eva Lewis Ensemble
Hilda Long Ensemble
Violet Lundberg Ensemble
Mary Manson Mrs. Wentworth
Julio Martel Ensemble
Gertrude Mazza Ensemble
Clinton McLeer Ensemble
Hoyt Meredith The Composer
Madeline Meredith Elvira Snodgrass
Margaret Merle Singer
Lillian Messmer Ensemble
Betty Montgomery Ensemble
Odette Myrtil Marian Lavarre
Rita Owen Ensemble
Marian Paitson Ensemble
Alfred Parrot Ensemble
Hilda Peterson Ensemble
Joe Phillips Joe White
Rae Powell Ensemble
Kenneth Pulsifer Ensemble
Sam Raynor Ensemble
Dr. Rockwell Dr. Rockwell
Alice Rogers Ensemble
Margaret Samson Ensemble
George Schiller Ensemble
Eddie Shubert The Author
Kay Simmons Kay
Edwina Skorat Ensemble
May Squires Ensemble
Flo Sterling Ensemble
Harry Stockwell Singer
Murray Swanson Ensemble
Loris Taylor Ensemble
Julie Tiedgens Ensemble
Jay Tully Ensemble
Jeanne Walton Ensemble
Dolly Waring Ensemble
Harry Welsh Mr. Finkbinder
Esther Whetton Ensemble
Iris Worthington Ensemble
Mary Wynn Ensemble
music by Maury Rubens, Sam Timberg and Lee David; lyrics by Moe Jaffe
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Why Don't We? Flo DeForrest and Joe White
Stranded in a One-Horse Town Joe White and Flo DeForrest
Hotsy Totsy Hats Duckey Stevens, Boots McAllister, Doris Williams and Ensemble
The Right Man Wilbur Scrump and Marian Lavarre
The White Lights Were Coming Duckey Stevens, Boots McAllister, Joe White, Flo DeForrest and Ensemble
Mile's End Road Alan K. Foster's Palladium Girls
Johann Strauss, Who Made the World Dance Marian Lavarre, Singer, Hale Girls and Models
Heart of a Rose (from GAY PAREE, 1926)
(music by J. Fred Coots and Maury Rubens; lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Singer and Ensemble
Arabian Nights Singers, Slave Girls, Attendants and The Sultan's Dancers
ACT 2Sung By
I Kiss Your Hand, Madame
(music by Ralph Erwin; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
Marian Lavarre
Lobster Crawl Flo DeForrest, Chester Hale Troupe and Alan K. Foster Girls
Bracelet Number Flo DeForrest
Baby's Doll
(music by Maury Rubens and Phil Svigals; lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan and Moe Jaffe)
Elvira Snodgrass, Duckey Stevens and Hale Girls
The Orchid Marian Lavarre, Duckey Stevens, The Author, Elvira Snodgrass and Ensemble
Come Hit Your Baby Flo DeForrest, Boots McAllister, Elvira Snodgrass, Doris Williams and Ensemble
Broadway Nights from the Roof Garden Flo DeForrest and Entire Company